Holidays In The UK

The National Accessible Scheme (NAS) run by Visit England provides information about which hotels and accommodation have been independently assessed as well as other useful links and suggestions:

Tourism for All helps disabled people plan and take holidays and breaks – both in the UK and overseas. You have to be a member to access this service - annual subscription of £25.00 for UK residents. Membership entitles you to use the information service as many times as you like during the year: www.tourismforall.org.uk 

Good Access Guide has a selection of accessible, disabled friendly places to stay: www.goodaccessguide.co.uk

Phab is a charity working in England and Wales to create opportunities for disabled people to enjoy the same activities and challenges as, and alongside, those without a disability. They have two accessible holiday homes: www.phab.org.uk/holiday-homes-our-holiday-homes

CanalAbility charity offers accessible canal boat holidays and day trips: www.canalability.org.uk 

Ceiling Hoist users Club (CHuC) - lists accommodation in the UK and overseas that has ceiling hoists: www.chuc.org.uk

For accessible facilities in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, you might want to start with these websites: 

Wales: 

Scotland: www.visitscotland.com/holidays-breaks/accessible/

Northern Ireland: www.ireland.com/en-gb/accommodation/articles/accessibility

Page last updated: July 2019